Articles Tagged with trailer

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A long-haul trucker was arrested for DUI after losing his haul of cheese crackers and toaster pastries during an accident on the Interstate in Maine.

Miles McIntyre is 61-years-old, and he lives in Wildomar, California. He works as a long-haul trucker.

On August 20, McIntyre was driving a tractor-trailer filled with Cheez-Its and Pop-Tarts on I-95 in Augusta, Maine.

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A septuagenarian in Kentucky allegedly walked up to a home and offered the grandmother of a 3-year-old $1000 to buy the child.

73-year-old Ronnie Lou Helton resides in Corbin.

Late in the afternoon on April 7, Kristy Baker and her boyfriend Tony Goodwin were spending time with Baker’s grandson at her home.

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A man was accused of going to the residence of a South Carolina police chief with an ice pick with the alleged intention of killing him.

Forrest Bowman lives in Bonneau, South Carolina, and has a mobile home located near the residence of the Bonneau Police Chief.

According to reports, Bowman had recently been making threats around town against the police chief, but no action had culminated from the words.

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The husband of a disabled woman in New Mexico allegedly assaulted and tried to set her on fire after reportedly becoming enraged when he learned he did not qualify to receive a COVID-19 stimulus check.

63-year-old Joe Macias and his wife, who is reportedly disabled, live together in a trailer in Albuquerque, New Mexico.

On Wednesday, Macias reportedly discovered that he would not be receiving a stimulus check that is being issued to help U.S. citizens during the current pandemic.

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When the landlady opened the door of one of her tenant’s trailers the renter allegedly hit her in the face with the contents of a bucket of excrement.

On Saturday afternoon, deputies were hailed to a trailer in Osteen, Florida, for reports of a messy altercation between a tenant and her landlord.

When the deputies arrived at the scene, they reported that the inside of the trailer and the landlord were entirely covered with waste that they suspected was human. The suspect, identified as 59-year-old Joanne Mercader, had feces on her face.

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A motorist traveling down the interstate at an alleged high speed made an impact with the back of a travel trailer containing two horses, and one of the horses was hurt in the accident. The driver who allegedly caused the crash is suspected of having been under the influence of alcohol when the incident occurred.

On Saturday, in the pre-dawn hours, a man was traveling down the Interstate while transporting two horses to Texas. Around 2:30 am a vehicle crashed into the back of the trailer carrying the horses and destroyed the rear door.

One of the horses being transported, an 800-pound Appaloosa named Oliver, was flung around the inside of the trailer with force during the accident and he became free of his safety harness allowing him to exit the trailer. The animal was bleeding from his back leg, but he began to trot down the road a bit before the driver caught him and created a makeshift compression bandage to try to attend to the injury until emergency medical help arrived.

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When police arrived at a woman’s residence to take her into custody on a warrant for drug charges she allegedly tried to hide from them, and when a K9 officer sniffed her out she reportedly stabbed him under both eyes with a makeup tool.

Officers from the Baytown Police Department went to the trailer where 23-year-old Abigail Martinez resides on the afternoon of July 30 because she had a felony warrant for charges of drug possession.

People were standing outside of the trailer and the officers asked them if they knew where Martinez was. They reported that they believed she was inside the trailer, and when the officers heard noises coming from inside they tried to find out if Martinez was present. They tried to call her outside but they reportedly did not hear any response after several tries so they entered through the unlocked door.

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A married couple and their three adult children have been accused of inflicting several types of abuse upon one of their legally disabled relatives, a woman with autism and other diagnoses, who has lived with them for the past three years.

When the mother of a 22-year-old autistic woman passed away in August 2015, she moved into a trailer on the property of her family members who have a home that they share with their children. The woman reportedly slept on a bed inside of the trailer parked on the property.

On August 13, 2015, one day after the woman’s mother died, 45-year-old Terry Knope, the husband of her blood relation, 42-year-old Raylaine Knope, took over as the executor of the SSI benefits received due to her disability. He was awarded the responsibility in order to make sure that the near $9,000 a year was used to ensure that the woman’s housing and other basic needs were met.

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On Saturday night while responding to a domestic assault report police were unable to locate the alleged suspect and they employed the help of a robot that helped them track him down so they could detain him.

A woman from Berlin Township had her boyfriend over to her home on Saturday night and the man arrived accompanied by his 62-year-old mother.

During his visit, the 48-year-old woman’s boyfriend was allegedly in possession of a handgun. Around 11:30 p.m. the man reportedly struck his girlfriend before departing her residence and using the weapon to fire shots at her vehicle. The man then wandered into the forested area surrounding the home.

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A couple was arrested on Wednesday when authorities found that they live in a box made of plywood, and had been residing there with their three children for several years.

Mona Kirk and Daniel Panico of Joshua Tree have three children and they have reportedly lived well below the poverty level for quite some time. The couple owns a piece of land in a rural area, and they have parked a trailer on the property in order to provide shelter to their family. Near the trailer, they have an outdoor box-like structure made out of plywood, and there is no electricity or running water on the land. They have been making ends meet in this fashion for the last four years.

The children, ages 11, 13 and 14 are homeschooled and are said to be very intelligent. Their parents keep them active in community activities such as the local scout group, and frequented educational spots including the Hi-Desert Nature Museum in Yucca Valley, and the public library, as reported by friends of the family.

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